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-RMJ's very popular Eagle Talon is an all-steel integral design
-Length - 18 inches
-Weight - 31 ounces
-Originally designed by Ryan Johnson in 2001, updated and redesigned in 2009 and again in 2011
-Designed to pierce a kevlar helmet
-Solid 4140 Chrome-moly steel
-Innovative I-Bean handle design
-G-10 FR4 3-D machined handle scales
-Differentially heat treated
-Bottom-eject Kydex scabbard with choice of belt loops, shoulder strap or RUMP Molle platform included
-Variety of handle color options (Swatches above)
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Posted by Ed Hines on 17th Jun 2014
Ahhh the Eagle Talon! What can I say that has not already been written? If a better tool existed for combat/rescue and utility then it hasn't been found yet. The Eagle Talon has an extended handle length to provide for greater swinging action and extra momentum for those "hard to reach places". At the end of the day the EagleTalon will be the last tomahawl standing in the realm of combat 'hawks. The Eagle Talon comes with the instantly recognizable beard and spike of RMJ Tacticals unique tools and performs with the standards one would expect.
Posted by Chuck Stolarz on 25th Apr 2014
Absolutely the best all around tool to have for many situations from military to home defense and everything in between. Impeccable quality and workmanship. Without a doubt the best tactical tomahawk on the market!
Posted by William H. Hylton on 4th Apr 2014
I don't know how much weight a review from a civilian can carry here, but the Eagle Talon is everything RMJ has promised. The tang thickness and length might intimidate some, but a simple choke-up easily balances the weight from a breaching tool to an assault weapon.
The grips are perfect during hot weather (I have perpetual sweaty hands when it's above sixty Fahrenheit), and the bottom-eject Kydex scabbard is a work of genius once you've loosened it.
The beard is smooth and wicked (and has enough distance for most close grips so it doesn't cut you), the chopping head is damned impossible to damage unless you don't know how to swing. And the spike is the most dangerous and helpful feature of the package.
The only thing I can possibly come up with to say negatively about this Beast, is that the finish on the chopping end and spike have started to wear off in the past few weeks. But since I didn't buy the Talon to be a pretty wall piece, that takes nothing from this experience.
RMJ, you have surpassed my expectations. The expedient delivery and personal touches (like engraving the month and year I purchased the Talon) has earned my and my family's trust.
Next on my list is the Kestrel.
Posted by Robert Leak on 29th Mar 2014
I used the hawk to assist in my breaching class and it worked like a charm. Even after I let 40 students use it to breach various material from metal to cinder block is was in great condition.
Things to maybe consider would be to make it where you can easily replace the handles if they were damaged or just if you want to change the color.
- Sua Sponte
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